Monthly Archives: March 2005

Win a trip anywhere in the US

Hey, this is cool.  The Messenger marketing team is running a promotion.  The prize in the promotion is a trip for you and 5 friends anywhere in the US. Details here.   Advertisements

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Manila Hotel Security

Hotel security in Manila is interesting.   As our car pulled into the hotel, there was a security check point.  The car stopped and security folks with bomb sniffing dogs check the car while others inspected under the car using … Continue reading

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Manila first impressions

I’m in Manila visiting two of our support centers.  I flew in last night at 11:00 PM local time. Manila is a vibrant city.  Even at 11:00 the city was bustling.  In the short ride from the airport to the … Continue reading

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Talking about MSN to enhance audio, video | CNET News.com

Good news for Messenger audio/video fans.  Microsoft has teamed up with Logitech to improve the reliability and performance of audio and video in MSN Messenger.  CNET has coverage on this. Quote Microsoft on Wednesday said it will enhance audio and … Continue reading

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Backup Trauma

Ah, the joys of backing up data.  Reminds me of my days working on Exchange.  Check out this great video. This is some of the best viral marketing I’ve ever seen.  It is so good, it got me to post … Continue reading

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What’s up with the “Posted by Jeff Wilkes” statement?

For the last day or two I’ve been adding "Posted by Jeff Wilkes" to the end of each post I’ve made.  If I have any regular readers, you might be wondering "has he gone mad?" The answer is "yes".     … Continue reading

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Staying Safe with MSN Messenger

There’s a good article on Microsoft.com that talks about 5 ways to avoid viruses sent through IM.  It is well worth the time to RTWT (Read The Whole Thing).   The article talks about 5 steps to avoid instant message … Continue reading

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